Reconsidering Classic Ideas in Speech Communication
The papers in this Special Issue provide a critical look at some historical ideas that have had an influence on research and teaching in the field of speech communication. They also address widely used methodologies or address long-standing methodological challenges in the areas of speech perception and speech production. The goal is to reconsider and evaluate the need for caution or replacement of historical ideas with more modern results and methods. The contributions provide respectful historical context to the classic ideas, as well as new original research or discussion that clarifies the limitations of the original ideas.
Guest Editors: Matthew B. Winn, Richard A. Wright, and Benjamin V. Tucker (Liaison Guest Editor)
Image Credit: Courtesy of Matthew B. Winn